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What are the symptoms of moderate Alzheimer's disease?

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Someone with moderate Alzheimer's disease may have symptoms like:

  • Forgets details about his life
  • May not recognize family and friends
  • Rambling speech
  • Trouble coming up with the right words
  • May get lost in places he's been before
  • Hard time planning or solving problems
  • Gets angry easily
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Wandering
  • Has delusions

SOURCES:

Alzheimer's Association: "10 Early signs & Symptoms of Alzheimer's" and "Principles for a Dignified Diagnosis."

Helpguide.org: "Alzheimer's Disease."

Alzheimer's Disease Research: "Alzheimer's Symptoms & Stages.

National Institute on Aging: "About Alzheimer's Disease: Symptoms."

Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation: "Top Ten Alzheimer's Signs and Symptoms."

 

Reviewed by Neil Lava on February 03, 2019

SOURCES:

Alzheimer's Association: "10 Early signs & Symptoms of Alzheimer's" and "Principles for a Dignified Diagnosis."

Helpguide.org: "Alzheimer's Disease."

Alzheimer's Disease Research: "Alzheimer's Symptoms & Stages.

National Institute on Aging: "About Alzheimer's Disease: Symptoms."

Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation: "Top Ten Alzheimer's Signs and Symptoms."

 

Reviewed by Neil Lava on February 03, 2019

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